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IOC to commission new refinery in Orissa by 2011

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    Hindustan Times Friday Sept 7, 2007
    Indian Oil Corp (IOC) will commission a new 15 million tons oil refinery and an accompanying petrochemical complex at Paradip in Orissa by October 2011.   “IOC has already acquired 3,347 acres of land for Paradip project,” Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dinsha Patel said.
    The refinery-cum-petrochemical complex would cost Rs 25,646 crore, Minister of State for Petroleum and Natural Gas Dinsha Patel said in a written reply to a question in the Lok Sabha in New Delhi. “IOC has already acquired 3,347 acres of land for Paradip project,” he said.
    Technological selection for all major units has been completed while Project Management Consultant (PMC) has been selected for Front End Engineering and Design (FEED) of the project. “Environmental clearance for the project has been received on August 6, 2007.”
    An amount of Rs 228187 crore has been sanctioned for Paradip refinery project for carrying out pre-project activities, out of which, Rs 778.32 crore has been spent as on August 31, 2007,” Patel said.
    NRL: To a separate question, Patel said Numaligarh Refinery Ltd has signed an agreement with Oil India Ltd for supply of one million standard cubic metres per day of natural gas for its refinery.
    A new natural gas pipeline is being laid for transporting natural gas from Duliajan to Numaligarh. The proposed natural gas pipeline is expected to be completed by October 2008 at an estimated cost of Rs 318 crore,” he said.
    LPG: Separately, he said the country imported 526,000 tons of LPG this fiscal to meet the deficit between production and demand.

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    Charles Randall
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    Update on one of IOC’s three Refinery & Coker Expansions that have been announced in EPC or Planning stages. This is the New Grassroots Refinery & Petrochemical complex at Paradip in Orissa target is now 2011. The PMC group was selected for the FEED on the IOC project.
     
    IOC already has cokers at Digboi, Gawahati & Barauni Refineries.
     
    Three other India companies have refinery/coker expansions planned – Reliance, Mangalore & Bharat 
    Bharat already has a coker at Numaligarth (was a Grassroots refiner coker & Calciner that came online in 4Q 1999). Reliance has the worlds largest coker that has larger production petcoke than all the rest of India’s cokers combined, and is doubling capacity.
    Regards
    Charlie Randall

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